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Jack Suntrup

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Northampton, MA, United States

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Past articles by Jack:

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson pushes April elections to June as coronavirus precaution

The release said Parson received a request to move the date of the election from Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft. → Read More

Mass hepatitis A vaccinations planned in Franklin County after Bob Evans worker diagnosed

Franklin County has seen 63 cases, or nearly 16% of all state cases since September 2017. → Read More

Jefferson City pot lobbyist indicted in federal marijuana conspiracy case

Since 2015, Thampy has donated $26,507 to Missouri candidates and causes, according to a Post-Dispatch analysis of Missouri Ethics Commission records. → Read More

World War II Club leaders recruit younger veterans

NORTHAMPTON — Inside the World War II Club on Conz Street, about 25 people gathered Sunday to kick off summer in a family-friendly way — and show going to veteran halls doesn’t have to revolve around the bar.Veterans, kids, spouses and... → Read More

Edwards Church donates $50,000 to homeless youth effort

NORTHAMPTON — An effort to house homeless young people in town got a major boost when Edwards Church cut a $50,000 check to help the project, according to a press release issued Thursday.The Friends of Hampshire County Homeless Individuals (FHCHI) in... → Read More

Francis Crowe, seven others, arrested protesting pipeline in Sandisfield

Massachusetts State Police arrested eight protesters in Sandisfield Saturday, the latest chapter in an ongoing effort to disrupt Kinder Morgan pipeline work through Otis State Forest.One of the protesters was 98-year-old Francis Crowe, who has a... → Read More

Northampton ready to celebrate the 4th — on the 24th

FLORENCE — It’s definitely, officially summer when the fireworks start — which they do this weekend.The seventh annual Northampton Family Fourth Celebration is this Saturday, June 24, at Look Park in Florence.The music starts with DJ Quills taking the... → Read More

Flash flood warning set for Monday

The National Weather Service on Sunday issued a flash-flood warning for western Massachusetts, which is set to last from Monday afternoon through the night.Storms could bring “damaging winds, hail, and possibly even an isolated tornado,” according to... → Read More

Valley CDC hosts block party in downtown Northampton

NORTHAMPTON — Kids danced in the Old Courthouse water fountain, hula-hooped and blew bubbles. Adults sat back and listened to a live band groove.The dozens of people who showed came down to the Old Courthouse lawn Sunday afternoon to celebrate the... → Read More

Teen accused of Northampton home invasion: ‘We don’t have to do this the hard way’

NORTHAMPTON — Police arrested a 19-year-old Easthampton man Friday afternoon after he was accused of entering a Williams Street house and flashing a gun.In addition to felony home invasion charges, Terrell P. Hamelin also faces possession of a Class A... → Read More

Northampton police foil kidnapping that started in Worcester

NORTHAMPTON — Police arrested a Worcester man Saturday afternoon after he allegedly kidnapped two people over a car sale gone bad. Police said Hart Sligh, 20, of Worcester, was one of four men who forced two other Worcester residents — a man and a... → Read More

Officials pare back plans for new senior center in Hadley

HADLEY — The committee in charge of a new town senior center on Thursday instructed architects to examine a pared-back version of the project, the result of initial cost estimates coming in $1 million over budget.Voters approved a new senior center... → Read More

Protesters die-in for health care

NORTHAMPTON — Despite recent news cycles not dominated by health care — think Russia, “covfefe” and climate change — the fate of the American health system remains very much an issue.On Sunday, about 60 activists held a “die-in” at Pulaski Park in... → Read More

Surf and Turf: Northampton police say two men tried to make off with steak, shrimp and

NORTHAMPTON — This is a story about steak, shrimp and Honeycrisp apples.It starts in the UMassFive Federal Credit Union parking lot on King Street Saturday morning. There, off-duty Williamsburg Police Chief Denise Wickland caught the beginnings of an... → Read More

Youth homelessness project lands new hub on Hatfield Street

NORTHAMPTON — Local organizers have chosen a site for homeless youth and youth at risk of homelessness, and spent Sunday working to renovate the Hatfield Street property. Fundraising since January 2016, the two organizations — DIAL/SELF Youth &... → Read More

Olympian Michelle Kwan and Northampton’s Clare Higgins among 5 honorary degree recipients at Smith commencement

NORTHAMPTON — Former Northampton mayor and city councilor Clare Higgins was one of five women to receive honorary degrees Sunday at the 139th Smith College Commencement.U.S. champion figure skater and Olympian Michelle Kwan, media leader Oprah... → Read More

Woman allegedly crashes stolen BMW into Northampton building

FLORENCE — Police arrested a Conway woman Saturday morning after they say she stole a black BMW from a Locust Street home and then crashed it into a nearby fence and building.Police responded to the Cumberland Farms gas station on Main Street in... → Read More

Police: man drove into brook looking for place to relieve himself

NORTHAMPTON — Police said a man drove a Nissan Maxima into the brook at the Fitzgerald Lake Conservation Area Sunday morning, apparently looking for a place to relieve himself.Police said they were dispatched at 10:18 a.m. Sunday to the conservation... → Read More

Oprah talks service, empowerment at Smith graduation

NORTHAMPTON — Oprah Winfrey walked her cocker spaniel Sadie downtown Sunday morning, early enough to see the sunrise “extend and expand its warming glow over an already beautiful Northampton.”Winfrey used the allegory to describe how her... → Read More

Climate riders finish journey to DC People's March

NORTHAMPTON — A group of cyclists completed their journey from the Pioneer Valley to Washington, D.C. on Friday, just in time for the People’s Climate March.The 10 cyclists, who varied in age and occupation, departed from Northampton amid rainy skies... → Read More